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Japanese knotweed removal High Wycombe

To prevent the spread and damage of Japanese knotweed across your home or business site, JKSL serves clients across High Wycombe with a range of removal services aimed at eliminating the unwanted invader forever. This knotweed is an aggressive plant native to eastern Asia, but having been brought to the UK around 150 years ago, it plays havoc with wildlife across the UK and can also damage brickwork, piping and other parts of properties.

Additionally, the unwanted plant can even survive in flooding and if you simply chop away at it, can regrow and take further control of areas from even a few small root fragments. JKSL is here to help domestic and commercial sites across High Wycombe to eliminate it forever. Our team of experts are available seven days a week to meet your removal needs. You’ll receive a full site review from a JKSL technical staff who are highly experienced in Japanese knotweed identification and removal. We’ll then offer the ideal removal option for your site with a 100% success guarantee.

The first step is to correctly identify the spots inhabited by Japanese knotweed. Once this is done, JKSL provides a range of innovative and effective removal techniques which only targets the correct area identified earlier. All this is done at a very competitive price while being fully industry accredited. Our range of removal methods can include the use of chemical removal, Mesh Tech, and excavation, tailored to meet the needs of your site.

If you would like to learn more about Japanese knotweed issues, feel free to browse the information and service pages on our site. To discuss how we can meet your Japanese knotweed removal needs, please get in touch with JKSL today by phone or email and our friendly and knowledgeable service teams would be happy to talk about how we can help you.

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